The niche perfumery Luckyscent is now exclusively carrying the Italian Pro Fumum line of fragrances in the US. It includes eight unisex perfumes. According to Luckyscent, "These scents are exquisitely crafted to evoke emotions, memories and a sense of their (the owners) beloved Italy. These rich and layered fragrances are designed to work equally well on men and women, and, amazingly, they really do."...
"Profumum was started 1996 by the grandchildren of Celestino Durante, a knife cutter, whose family’s rich history begins in the tiny Italian town of Sant Elena Sannita, where a bronze statue of a knife cutter is erected. After surviving World War II, Celestino and his wife Luisa left their tiny village and took their family and others to Rome. Today, Celestino’s grandchildren, Giuseppe, Luciano, Maria, and Felice oversee all aspects of Profumum and pay homage to their roots by placing a bronze statue of a knife cutter in their boutiques throughout Rome."
I love the packaging - very classic and modern at the same time - and the scents sound like must-tries. I think I want to find at least one that I love...such is the suggestive power of packaging on me.
A 100 ml flacon retails for $180 except for Fiore d'Ambra which retails for $195.